Good Works Tour


Mum is NOT the word by wisedog
September 2, 2008, 12:58 am
Filed under: Zach | Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Today, we worked with the Interfaith Center in Carbondale, IL, where we planted mums around a meditation labyrinth.  There was color coordination involved.  It was also good to work out of doors, and with water, and the soil.  And then it rained.  But, that’s how things go, and it was still awesome.

Also, as you probably have seen, today we were on one of two community radio stations in the state of Illinois.  We are forced, therefore, to conclude that they are far superior to the other one.  It was a good time. We got to make fools of ourselves on two media today.

Special thanks to Lizzie and Joe for hosting us and showing us a fine time around Carbondale (pronounced “car-BON-de-lay” for those in the know.  Not really.  Just a handful of really, really cool people.)

Chicago seems like a neat town, and I’m looking forward to exploring a little bit more of it tomorrow.  For those who heard us on the radio today, we lied.  Our gig reading to children was cancelled, so we’ll be playing a little bit of tomorrow by ear.  Also, in case you didn’t know, Lake Michigan is huge.  In fact, I would go so far as to call it “great.”

Also, a special shout-out to the residents of New Orleans and our friends at Common Ground Relief.  Hang in there.  If things get bad again, give the GWT a call.

The word is love,
– Wisedog.

P.S. …or possibly “the bird.”  But definitely not “grease”

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I enjoyed the radio show.
Mary Mercury and Glenda Greenhouse did a nice job interviewing you.
See you soon.

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